thank you. $500. (cheers and applause) thanks for being so honest. so, julie, what do you do? - i'm a homemaker. (cheers and applause) i'm a mom! wayne: being a mom is a good thing. see, i wouldn't know, but i'm a dad, so i'm only assuming that being a mom is just as cool, if not cooler. - i'm need a new taxi to drive the kids around. wayne: you need a new taxi, so you came for a car? - i don't know. (laughs) wayne: or maybe you just came really for a taxi. - i came to see you. wayne: well, i came to see you, too. they aren't mine, are they? i'm just checking, because i'm on tour a lot and i don't... (laughter) are we cool? oh, not all of them, just tay-tay and ree-ree, that's cool, okay. so, we have a small box. this small box where jonathan mangum... hey, mr. mangum. jonathan: how are you? wayne: this small box is for sale, ladies and gents. you each have $500, but only one of you can buy it. so i'll start with you, homemaker, miss julie-- would you like to buy whatever is inside this box? could be good, could be a trip, it could be a zonk. it could be a zonk. (audience yelling suggestions) - i'll buy it. wayne: oh, so you'll buy it. right off the bat, she's going to buy it.